Ukraine occupies first place in the ranking of countries with the world's cheapest access to high-speed Internet. On average, one has to pay just over $6 a month for such access.
"The Ukrainian mobile and broadband infrastructure is excellent, allowing internet providers to get more data at a lower average cost of internet," says TradingPlatforms financial analyst Edith Reeds.
The top five countries with the cheapest high-speed Internet, according to TradingPlatforms, also included Moldova, Russia and Kazakhstan.
And the most expensive broadband Internet access is in Eritrea. There you have to pay more than $2.6 thousand a month for broadband access.
Among European countries, the most expensive Internet is in the UK, Italy and France. They are among the ten most expensive countries in terms of high-speed Internet costs. Residents of the United Kingdom pay an average of $34.78 for broadband, Italians pay $32.73 and the French pay $32.16 a month.
The TradingPlatfroms sample covers 211 countries.